EHPEA Recognized for Championing Plant Health in Ethiopian Horticulture

The Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association (EHPEA) received a prestigious recognition award from the Ethiopian Agricultural Authority (EAA) at the National Phytosanitary Conference. This award applauds EHPEA’s exceptional collaboration with the EAA in tackling plant health challenges within the horticulture sector.

EHPEA’s Dedication Earns Recognition on its proactive initiatives and unwavering commitment to promoting sustainable agricultural practices have significantly contributed to:

• Enhanced Phytosanitary Measures: Ensuring the health and safety of Ethiopian horticultural products for both domestic and export markets.

• Fostering Innovation: EHPEA plays a key role in encouraging collaborative efforts and innovative solutions to address plant health threats.

• Knowledge Transfer and Training: The association facilitates knowledge sharing and provides training on best practices to farmers and experts, empowering them to mitigate plant pest risks.

• Implementing Advanced Protocols: EHPEA actively supports the implementation of advanced plant health protocols, safeguarding Ethiopia’s valuable horticultural sector.

This recognition underscores the vital partnership between EHPEA and the EAA, highlighting their shared dedication to strengthening and safeguarding the future growth and productivity of Ethiopia’s horticulture sector.

A discussion platform held on the possible courses of action to be taken by Rose farms with regard to FCM management

A discussion platform held on the possible courses of action to be taken by Rose farms with regard to FCM management , today at capital hotel in the presence of representatives from responsible government office, Rose growing farms and The Netherlands Embassy in Ethiopia.

On the meeting, the need for the diagnostic tools for the identification of FCM, establishment of modest inspection and testing facility at HQ as well as Bole international Airport, engagement of research institutions and self policing were discussed at length.

The program organized by Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association in collaboration with The Ethiopian Agriculture Authority(EAA), followed to the experience sharing visit of the team which combines experts from the two organizations in Kenya.

Contact Info

Location : Micky Leyland Avenue on the Road to Atlas Hotel, NB Business Center; 6th floor; Room #603

Phone : +251 11 6636750

P.O.Box: 22241 Code 1000


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